@stormchild What’s so great about repositioning? Or does it have other extras?
@stormchild Strange setting. It *looks* like it just changes when iCal opens, but without Push it stays closed.
@optshiftk Time to write a parser?
@otolithe Thanks, but I haven’t logged out of my iTunes account.
You would think that with Apple pushing iCloud, I wouldn’t have to turn on Photo Stream every time I launch Aperture.
@andrewabernathy Yeah, I think that’s how you have to do it. :-(
@danielpunkass Could be. The odd thing is that for me it didn’t get bad until 10.7.3 (IIRC).
@danielpunkass Both AppleCare and the local provider assured me they had the exact same tools and diagnostics.
@danielpunkass I guess it’s worth a shot when it’s convenient and this is no longer my main Mac.
@danielpunkass So they think my problem is a software issue, and I tend to agree—it matches the driver bug others are seeing since Lion.
@danielpunkass After escalating, I got the local authorized service provider to do the full diagnostic hardware test, which the Mac passed.
@danielpunkass AppleCare (more than one guy) treated it as random Internet hearsay. Had me reboot twice and told me it was all fixed.
@danielpunkass You would think so from reading that, but I haven’t even been able to get AppleCare to acknowledge that page exists.
@grynspan I’m thinking of this as a user. I will probably prefer different code fonts on different screens.
@mrgan Gonna be interesting to see how to work the font and anti-aliasing settings with one retina display and one (main one) low-dpi.
@retrophisch Yeah, the previous photo was six years old…
Really not convinced by this prevalent argument that iCloud requires MAS because Apple’s 30% cut pays for it. Plus, free apps can use it.
@drewmccormack I’m sure they’ll submit on time. Let’s hope it’s a speedy review process.
@ianbeck Seriously. Nothing drains good will faster than contacting support and getting no response whatsoever. Common with iOS apps. :-(
@mhenders Looks interesting, but I thought the chapters would be longer than one page…
@danielpunkass I seem to remember that one of the big selling points of OS X was that it was less crashy.
@optshiftk Wow, I bet that’s a common class name.
@JeannieRichard No record of that old address. Please e-mail me
@JeannieRichard Please send me an e-mail about these issues.
@JeannieRichard Yep, I ended up reinstalling. I should probably start making backups of the recovery partition.
Nvidia driver kernel panic bug definitely not 3rd-party related since it reliably occurs during the second phase of the Lion installer!
Well, I got the kextcache sorted out. Repartitioned so Recovery HD’s no longer full; installed Lion; migrated my files from clone.
@nedley I tried that, but thanks anyway.
@dnanian I did “sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel; sudo kextcache -system-caches” and that didn’t help. Better way?
@corrosive6809 I’m guessing something like that. But the uninstaller said it rebuilt the caches. And I verified that directory was touched.
Anyone know how to uninstall Little Snitch (for testing)? I ran the uninstaller, rebooted, verified .kext is gone; still shows in kextstat.
@stormchild Yeah, the undo. Plus, quickly tiling windows side-by-side without being one or two pixels off.
So, after saying that I didn’t need Moom for zooming windows, I did just that about 10 times this evening. It’s great. http://t.co/xcaVWc1b
@danwood Well, I haven’t seen any of them yet. :)
@danielpunkass I like (and have implemented) your way, but it does require that you continue to have a launchable app in the store.
@nriley Feels wrong to reward bug vendor with a big hardware purchase, but this is ridiculous. Classic Mac OS never crashed this much.
@nriley Same here. 16 GB would be nice. Plus, hopefully the new one will have video drivers that don’t kernel panic three times per day.
@nriley Yes, that was my first thought. I hope font smoothing finally looks good at retina resolution.
@chuanp Which means iPad 1s don’t get it.
@pinatubo2000 The comparison I’d like to see is with the 2011 (or 2010) MacBook Pro with SSD.
@mhenders When I type a note on my iPhone, the light’s still red when I’m done. It turns green faster if I try to use Siri.
Aperture 3.3 turned Photo Stream back on and still has support for MobileMe publishing.
@stormchild The new one sounds good; I just don’t like the idea of old documents silently changing or not working, e.g. iMovie, FCP, etc.
@stormchild Anything that says Legacy is subject to dropping, probably sooner than you think.
@stormchild That’s what I was afraid of.
@stormchild Hmm, wonder how long they’ll support the legacy module…I don’t want to have to go through all my photos.
@stormchild What happens to adjustments I’ve already made when they change how the tools worok?
@stormchild I mostly use Git Tower, and sometimes I use SourceTree because it’s better at searching.
@lapcat Cool. One of the reasons I stopped using Preview in Lion is that I didn’t want it auto-saving everything.
So I guess the reason the Apple support guy never called me back is that he no longer works at Apple.
The weird thing is that you can still see “more” with the high-DPI non-Retina MacBook Pro.
@retrophisch 20 years. Congrats!
@danielpunkass Yes, Apple recommends that apps include their own Python. Otherwise future OS versions may break compatibility.
@danielpunkass Cool. The deletion problem is important. I’m seeing this from the other side: the wrong file getting imported into my app.
@danielpunkass I’ve also seen lots of reports that “selection” doesn’t work properly, even when “reveal” wasn’t used.
@jsnell Interesting. So it doesn’t work at all if you’re in an area with no network service?
@drewmccormack The odd thing to me is the rush to require it before the technology was close to ready. Does that make it faster long-term?
@siegel May the odds be ever in your favor.
@dinh_viet_hoa For now, yes, although I’m not sure if anything happens on the receiving end when Growl itself becomes sandboxed.
@dinh_viet_hoa My understanding is that, before 1.3, the Growl SDK requires a temporary Mach entitlement to post via distributed objects.
@nriley As far as I can tell there’s no need to rush. Old version is solid. New network/GCD implementation needs to be reworked post-1.4.
The experiment of going back to the Growl 1.2.3 SDK seems to be working. No more CPU spikes or crashes. (But it’s not sandboxable.)
@danielpunkass Cool. That’s been on my to-do list for a while. Surprised more apps don’t do this.
@danielpunkass Is that built-in, or pulled from your server?